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  1. April 1/2: What to watch, where to go

    Scott French

    SUNDAY, APRIL 1 TELEVISION WOMEN'S INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY United States at Japan ESPN2, 3:25 a.m. A prep for the London Olympics pitting two medal favorites -- another rematch of last year's Women's World Cup final. ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGU...

    Blog | April 01, 2012
  2. Japan again gets best of U.S. women

    Scott French

    No Algarve Cup title for the U.S. women's national team this year. The Americans' Women's World Cup title-game rematch with Japan didn't go their way, a 1-0 loss in Monday's Group B final ending their run of 10 successive finals at the annual event ...

    Blog | March 05, 2012
  3. OLYMPICS: Women know the landscape

    Scott French

    CARSON -- There's no space for error when the U.S. national team heads into qualifying next week for the upcoming Olympics: CONCACAF has only two berths, and if fate brings a repeat of the region's Women's World Cup qualifiers, the Yanks aren't goin...

    Blog | January 08, 2012
  4. WWC: Blues' Naimo on three Yanks

    Scott French

    Charlie Naimo concerns himself these days with trying to find consistent scoring from his L.A. Blues, who play in the third-tier USL Pro league and take on the Galaxy on Tuesday night in a U.S. Open Cup third-round match at Cal State Fullerton's Tita...

    Blog | June 27, 2011
  5. Alex Morgan has fast become the closer for the U.S. women's natio...

    Scott French

    Alex Morgan has enjoyed a meteoric rise with the U.S. women's national team over the last year and a half.

    Story | Conversation | June 24, 2011
  6. ACL tear ends Tarpley's World Cup

    Scott French

    Hermosa Beach's Lindsay Tarpley figured to play an important role, in one place or another or perhaps in several, at the Women's World Cup this summer. Instead she'll watch from home. The versatile midfielder/forward tore the anterior cruciate ligam...

    Blog | May 15, 2011
  7. WWC: Primer on local players

    Scott French

    A half-dozen of the 21 players on the U.S. roster announced Monday for this summer's Women's World Cup have strong links to the L.A. area. And two others have either played here or are from close nearby. Here's a quick look at the eight U.S. players...

    Blog | May 10, 2011
  8. Huntington Beach linesman is World Cup-bound

    Scott French

    Marlene Duffy of Huntington Beach is one of three American referees, all from California, chosen to officiate at this summer's Women's World Cup in Germany, FIFA has announced. Duffy and Veronica Perez of Sacramento will serve as linesmen -- or "ass...

    Blog | April 19, 2011
  9. WWC: U.S. gets a 'death' group

    Scott French

    There's always a "Group of Death" in any FIFA competition, or so it seems, and that group at next summer's Women's World Cup in Germany belongs to the U.S. And to Germany. And to Brazil. There are three "death" groups in this year's field, produc...

    Blog | November 29, 2010
  10. WWC: No TV for decisive U.S. qualifier

    Scott French

    It is perhaps an indication of the U.S. women's national team's popularity in the post-Mia Hamm era that the most important qualifying match the Americans have ever faced will not be available to television viewers. And it's a crime. We get so ...

    Blog | November 26, 2010
  11. Mexico's win over U.S. is a real stunner

    Scott French

    We've been hearing, and sometimes actually seeing, how the rest of the world has caught up to the U.S. in women's soccer, and no matter how much truth there is to the notion, it doesn't lessen the blow when something thought impossible occurs. Such ...

    Blog | November 06, 2010
  12. USA: Few surprises on WWC qualifying roster

    Scott French

    The usual suspects are on coach Pia Sundhage's roster for CONCACAF's qualifying tournament for next year's Women's World Cup, including local products Shannon Boxx and Amy Rodriguez. Boxx and Rodriguez are among 20 players called in for the Oct. 28-...

    Blog | October 13, 2010